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From hexcodes to eyeballs

A great article diving into the maths and physics of colour reception and reproduction.

… an exploration of electromagnetic radiation, optical biology, colorimetry, and display hardware …jamie-wong.com

An ode to The Thermals - Noisey

Meine Lieblingsband, eine der besten Livebands, die ich jemals gesehen habe, die Band, die die meisten meiner Lieblingssongs auf sich vereint, The Thermals, haben sich aufgelöst.

And while it’s relieving to see a beloved band lay their creation to rest on their own terms, it’s an absolute bummer to see this rock staple hang it up.noisey.vice.com

Schnüffz. Die hätte ich so gerne noch einmal Live gesehen, und auf das Band T-Shirt muss ich nun besonders gut aufpassen.

WorkingDraft Rev. 336 zur DSGVO

Podcast mit Sebastian ("the designer"), Balthasar ("the lawyer"), Joschi ("the developer") und Hans ("the host"), zum Thema Nummer Eins, das gerade für große Verunsicherung in meiner Web- und Kundenblase sorgt, natürlich kurz vor Ablauf der Deadline.

workingdraft.de

Anhören!

Nach meiner persönlichen und sicherlich nicht repräsentativen Erfahrung haben die wenigsten Kunden/Webseitenbetreiber eine Idee davon, was da alles mit inkrafttreten der DSGVO zum 25.5.2018 getan werden muss, um unfallfrei durch die zu erwartende Abmahnwelle durchzukommen. Datenschutzerklärungen, Auftragsdatenverarbeitungsverträge, Verfahrensverzeichnisse… nicht wirklich hilfreich ist, dass nun, kurz vor knapp, natürlich auch aus allen Ecken teils widersprüchliche Tips und Empfehlungen kommen und derzeit viele Angebote, Generatoren ...

29 Jahre www

We should work toward a universal linked information system, in which generality and portability are more important than fancy graphics techniques and complex extra facilities.www.w3.org

… warum zur Hölle darf ich mich auch in 2018 noch immer mit "Gestaltern" rumschlagen, die nicht verstehen (wollen), dass Design für Web wesentlich mehr ist, als schöne Screens zu entwerfen?

*sigh

:-)

R.I.P. Mark E. Smith

Mark E. Smith 1990, by Masao Nakagami, cc-by-sa
Mark E Smith 1990, Photo: Masao Nakagami | cc-by-sa

 

It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Mark E. Smith. He passed this morning at home. A more detailed statement will follow in the next few days. In the meantime, Pam & Mark’s family request privacy at this sad time.

thefall.org

Ach verdammt. Es war doch gerade eben erst, dass ich in den Idiot Ballroom Jahrescharts nach der Sommerpause in der 'Kapp diese merkwürdig-anstrengende Band namens ...

The Laws of UX

A very neat collection of (web) design principles , such as "Jacob's Law":

"Users spend most of their time on other sites. This means that users prefer your site to work the same way as all the other sites they already know."

Laws of UX is a collection of the key maxims that designers must consider when building user interfaces.lawsofux.com

Matthias Ott: Saving your web workflows with prototyping

Oh, Matthias did it again: Publishing one of his thorough articles on the challenges of designing/working with "the web".
It is again one of those articles that I'd wished to have written myself, because it echoes my thoughts (and my frustration) about the unfitting ways I am forced to work in when I'm doing client or agency-work. This feeling of not using the medium to its full potential, because the people involved in "the job" are focussing on the superficial and visual aspects only. The frustration about always having to fight for lean and performant solutions, and the nagging feeling ...

Learnui.design: The HSB Color System: A Practicioner's Primer

We’re going to cover what H, S, and B are, and then I’m going to tell you about why this is the single-best color system in wide usage, plus some intricacies of using it in day-to-day digital design.
learnui.design

Washington Monthly: How to Fix Facebook—Before It Fixes Us

(…) Algorithms that maximize attention give an advantage to negative messages. People tend to react more to inputs that land low on the brainstem. Fear and anger produce a lot more engagement and sharing than joy. The result is that the algorithms favor sensational content over substance. Of course, this has always been true for media; hence the old news adage “If it bleeds, it leads.” But for mass media, this was constrained by one-size-fits-all content and by the limitations of delivery platforms. Not so for internet platforms on smartphones. They have created billions of individual channels, each

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